Reusable Learning Objects Aggregation for e-Learning Courseware Development at the University of Mauritius

Alain Senteni, International Journal of Instructional Technology, Distance Learning, Jul 23, 2004
Commentary by Stephen Downes

Pretty good overview of the traditional theory of learning objects (it feels funny to say it like that) with some good images. The authors, though, sense the same sort of dissonance I feel with the State of The Art: "The question remains whether we are making optimal use of these repositories? How much sharing has taken place between the various repositories that exist?"
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